Pain proof running – lowa State University study

Pain proof running lowa State University study Pain proof running   lowa State University study You can cut your risk of a fracture by shortening your running stride, an lowa State University study has found. When men reduced their step length by loper cent, their risk of bone damage dropped a whopping 33 per cent. Small erstrides reduce the force your muscles apply to the bone, says study author Dr Brent Edwards. On a treadmill, count how many steps you take for a specific time period. Then work on increasing that number by 10 percent to reduce step length. You’ll soon proof yourself against running niggles and will be able to go further without risking injury.

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